Daily Dose - Release Candidate for PostgreSQL 9.0

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Daily Dose - Release Candidate for PostgreSQL 9.0

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After four months in beta, the first release candidate of the open source database, PostgreSQL, is ready for download.  PostgreSQL 9.0 includes some awesome features like Hot Standby and Steaming Replication.  The developers don't think any changes in commands, interfaces, or APIs will be needed before the final release.


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